And I absolutely loved the first one. It soon becomes the task of a voluntary young man, Boonting Phanom Yeeram , to track down the thief in Bangkok and reclaim the religious treasure. The images should not contain any sexually explicit content, race hatred material or other offensive symbols or images. In my opinion it's more of a fight reel than it is an actual film but what a fight reel it is. Anyway most people are just saying that cuz he's new and can jump high and do a bunch of flips.Next
I had a lot of fun, the fights look great, fast paced and bone-crunching good. Ting kicks the man to his front in the head, jumping out of the way of the rear attack in the process; however, in the next shot the man behind him is down unconscious despite not having been hit. Cast Cast overview, first billed only:. Tom Yum Goong has even less story, awful editing and it hardly got any backlash. In addition to this, his forms for the other martial arts look more like imitation rather than mastery. Am I the only one who hated this film? Do not upload anything which you do not own or are fully licensed to upload.Next
This one has less of a story than the first, you don't really give a crap about Jaa's character, and the ending is a cliffhanger. And the fact that there are no special effects involved earn this movie and Tony Jaa more respect from me. One day a sacred Buddha statuette called Ong Bak is stolen from the village by an immoral businessman. Ong Bak: The Thai Warrior introduced Western audiences to the exciting style of Muay Thai, a kickboxing style known for powerful strikes with the elbows, shins, and knees. Along the way, Boonting uses his astonishing athleticism and traditional Muay Thai skills to combat his adversaries.Next
Booting lives in a small and peaceful village. With the help of a couple of street-smart friends he meets in the big city, Ting fights his way through heavy opposition to find the man responsible for the vandalization of his village. So don't label him as the next anybody. Which means if you want to see it as it was made you've got to look to Asia. Ting is training to be a monk, and has no intention of using his fighting skill for anything other than the defense of his village. .
French Trailer Thai Promo Reel If Magnet's release is uncut and not screwed up somehow dubtitles, captiontitles, rewritetitles, or dubbed only I'll be buying that. Ong-Bak: The Thai Warrior is a 2003 Thai martial arts film starring Tony Jaa in a story about one young fighter's quest to defend his small village in the big city. If it's not I'll buy this Korean release. If there's two things, it's distrust and disloyalty. Ong-Bak was a great beat-em-up flick, probably the most realistic-looking fighting sequences I've ever seen. There's a difference in being the next big martial arts star and being the next Jet Li or Jackie Chan.
And if you want to see it as it was made and want to understand what's going on, you've got to look to Korea, where an English subtitled version has just released. I'll probably buy whatever cheap copy I can find in Chinatown. Jaa turns in a breakout performance as Ting, the most gifted Thai fighter in his peaceful village in Northeast Thailand. Tony Jaa's directorial debut, Ong Bak 2, was plagued by behind the scenes problems - including the star-director melting down under the pressure and simply disappearing for two months - but there's no doubt that as far as the on screen fighting goes what he managed to put on screen is absolutely spectacular. Tony Jaa wowed audiences around the world with his stunts in Ong-Bak: The Thai Warrior, and he has been hailed as the next major martial-arts star. Check the trailers below the break and hit the link below to pick it up.
Any word on if the Eng Subtitles on this are that superior? I have no idea why anyone could hate this movie. Alternate Versions Two cuts were released in Hong Kong. Goofs During the fight in the cave, just after Ting sees that George is being pulled up by a rope around his neck, two men attack Ting from the front and back. Uncle Mao as Chumporn Teppitak. Don't get me wrong, Jaa is a great martial artist but his direction here is really horrible.Next
I want to mention the fight sequences in this film because they're so damn mediocre. . . . . .Next